114 bridge & bike


"My bike on the waterfront" the Verrazano bridge on the far left and Ellis Island on the right (Canon S70, 2005)

Sep 15, 2005

13 comments:

Sidney said...

I hope the biker didn't fell into the water :-)

Nice view of the background and lovely reflections in the water.

jamie lang said...

the reflections from the bike and the railing are very nice. I also like the pattern of the stones and the view of the bridge. Quite nice!

cube said...

it's lovely how the water reflects.

ian said...

I lke this kind of abandoned bike shot - I need to take one myself one day.

IMO this one would have been even better if you had changed viewing angle slightly to exclude the buildings on the right.

Anna Aspnes said...

Neat! I like the shadoes cast onto the pavement, but then I ahve abit of a thing for shadows

bkphotography said...

Oh, I love the shadows on the concrete. Uhm, a suggestion though, maybe a slight change of angle and/perspective would be a bit better? Just like that, the shot seems a bit too "frontal"...

Legabal said...

Great photo, the shadow, the line of sea, the wave of sea and earth. Curious shot. I like.

Guinevere Meadow said...

I like the placement of your bike in this shot. Nice!

David Kapp said...

I really like the way the shadow played on brickwork of the ground. I don't see a bike lock, so the owner must be close. Was this your bike?

Rock said...

Nice shadow play. I think this would have been a lot stronger without the horizon line - just bike, fence, water and shadows.

Lady of the House said...

Great shot. The shadows make it seem like the bike is trapped in a jail.

Ronalyn said...

Awesome.. I love the elements you used.. the bike, the rail.. the shadows.. the feeling that the bridge is far off into the distance.

pilgrim said...

Great composition, very relaxing scene.